HL Deb 30 January 1995 vol 560 cc101-2WA
Lord Spens

asked Her Majesty's Government:

Whether the investigation by the Metropolitan Police Complaints Investigation Bureau into the conduct of certain police officers involved in the Guinness trials into, inter alia, the non-disclosure of evidence, has been concluded and, if so, what are its conclusions or, if not, when is the investigation estimated to be completed.

The Minister of State, Home Office (Baroness Blatch)

I understand that the investigation has now been concluded and that a report will be submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions, who will decide whether any criminal charges should be brought. Once a decision has been made, the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police and the Police Complaints Authority will consider whether disciplinary action should be taken against any officer.

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